Jim C. Moore
Jim C. Moore received his B.A., cum laude, with college honors from UCLA and his J.D. from the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University, where he served as a member of the Brigham Young University Law Review. Jim was also a member of the BYU Law Moot Court team where he was recognized as “Best Oral Advocate” in successive competitions. During law school, Jim served as summer clerk to the Honorable Roger W. Boren, Presiding Justice for Division 2 of the California Court of Appeals during two consecutive summers. Jim also worked for Horvitz & Levy in Encino as a summer associate.
Jim’s practice focuses on general commercial litigation, employment law and governmental and education law. Jim is experienced in every stage of litigation and in addressing and resolving complex disputes, having represented clients in numerous state and federal court actions, administrative hearings, mediations, and arbitrations. In addition to routinely representing private companies and non-profit entities, Jim serves as General Counsel and Outside Special Counsel to school districts, County offices of education, counties, and other governmental entities on a broad variety of matters. Jim also has significant experience with matters before the California Court of Appeals.
Jim regularly engages in community service, having held numerous local positions with the Boy Scouts of America and providing pro bono legal representation for the Boy Scouts of America and various community service organizations.
Brigham Young University School of Law,
J.D. BYU, Law Review University of California, Los Angeles, B.A., cum laude, college honors
San Bernardino County Bar Association
United States District Court for the Central District of California
Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal